NewsLocal News


Flour Bluff Superintendent Brian Schuss resigns to accept Katy job

Posted at 2:22 PM, Nov 16, 2018

Flour Bluff ISD Superintendent Brian Schuss has submitted a letter of resignation to the district’s board of trustees.

Schuss has accepted the assistant superintendent of human resources position for the Katy Independent School District.

During a special board meeting earlier today, the Flour Bluff trustees accepted the letter and named former ISD Superintendent Joe Kelley as interim superintendent.

“The decision to leave Flour Bluff ISD has not been an easy one,” Schuss said. “I’ve been part of this great community for over 10 years. However, the time is right for my family and myself to make this next move in my career.

“Flour Bluff will always hold a special place in my heart. I am beyond grateful for the opportunity and support I was given by the students, staff and community to lead this district.”

The district will being the search for a new superintendent in January.

Schuss will remain in his job at Flour Bluff through next month.

Kelley, who worked as Flour Bluff’s superintendent from 2013 until his resignation in July 2016, will begin work when Schuss leaves.